Some Starbucks breakfast sandwiches and snack packs have been recalled over health concerns.
Certain Starbucks 6-ounce sausage, egg and cheddar cheese on English muffin breakfast sandwiches are being recalled over concerns of Listeria, according to Food Safety News. The Massachusetts company that makes the products announced that the sandwiches sold at some Starbucks stores in Arkansas, Texas and Oklahoma on March 3 and 4 are at risk. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns that Listeria primarily affects pregnant women, newborns, older adults and those with weakened immune systems, and that signs of illness may not show for weeks after consumption. The announcement didn't specify how many stores were affected or whether or not any customers have fallen ill.
The Cheese & Fruit Bistro Boxes sold in Washington State with an enjoy-by date of March 4, 2016 and earlier are at risk of undeclared nut allergens, according to Food Safety News.
The Seattle company that packaged the products, Gretchen's Shoebox Express, says that the almonds in the package may contain cashews, as well. They ask any customers with cashew allergies who purchased the item in Washington State to throw it out. Those without cashew allergies are safe to eat it. The report says Starbucks removed the impacted products from stores immediately.
Starbucks issued a recall just in December of holiday turkey panini from more than 1,000 locations over E. Coli concerns.
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